Monday, December 04 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET | Online

ELI Webinar | Teaching and Learning: 2017 in Retrospect and 2018 in Prospect

As a year draws to a close, it's customary to review the events of the past year and begin thinking about what might be in store for us in the coming year. In this webinar, ELI will continue its tradition of taking stock: what takeaways can we glean by reviewing the developments in postsecondary education that took place in 2017? And what do these developments portend for 2018? We'll be joined by community thought leaders and invite you to join as well and add your thoughts to the conversation about what counted in 2017 and what will count in 2018.


  • Discuss key developments in higher ed teaching and learning in 2017
  • Consider the prospects for teaching and learning in 2018
  • Explore the implications of these developments and prospects


  • Randy Bass

    Vice Provost for Education, Georgetown University
  • Kristen Eshleman

    Vice President of Library & Information Technology, Trinity College
  • Michael Feldstein

    Chief Accountability Officer, eLiterate

Resources & Downloads

  • Transcript

    86 KB, doc - Updated on 1/21/2024
  • Recording

    Updated on 1/21/2024


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